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4.5” Guru Milarepa Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Beautifully Hand Carved Copper Alloy With 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded Guru Milarepa Statue which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
Beautifully Hand Carved Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded 4.5” Guru Milarepa Sculpture is beautiful piece of art and is hand carved in Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Guru Milarepa – Buddhist Master of Tibet
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Guru Milarepa is believed to be the most beloved and highly accomplished Buddhist master of Tibet. His songs on enlightened experiences are still sung today by the learned and lay people alike. Guru Milarepa during his early career committed many evil deeds through black magic, and sending hailstorms too. He later regretted his evil deeds and eventually found his worthy and enlightened Guru Marpa, who put him on trials and hardships in other to test his guru devotion and eagerness to practice dharma teachings. He later conferred on him the series of empowerments and essential teachings of Maha Mudra which he received from Guru Naropa. Guru Milarepa meditated on these tantric teachings with great zeal in wild and forlorn mountains for 6 years and eventually achieved the realization of Vajradharahood in his very life time. Millions of devotees took inspiration from his practice and verification of Buddhist teachings.

In this 4.5” Guru Milarepa is shown in a cotton clad dress seated on antelope skin with Lalitasana posture. Guru Milarepa wears a meditation band. His right hand is generally put on the ears symbolizing that he is listening to the voices of beings in lower realms. He has great compassion for them and sentient beings in general. His body is usually blue or green in color. It is said that during his meditation he ate nothing but nettles for the long period of time and his skin thus assumed a greenish hue. Sometimes to represent his realizations, his body is depicted golden in color too.
 
7” Dancing Ganesha Statue
US$ 142.80
Speciality: This 7” Dancing Ganesha Statue is beautifully carved Partially Gold Gilded and has beautifully carved which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 7” Partially Gold Gilded Dancing Ganesha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by our experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Ganesha: The God of Wisdom
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Ganesha: The Elephant-Headed God – Ganesha, also spelled Ganesa or Ganesh and also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Pillaiyar, is one of the best – known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India. Hindu sects worship him regardless of other affiliations. Devotion to Ganesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains, Buddhists, and beyond India.

Although he is known by many other attributes, Ganesha's elephant head makes him easy to identify. Ganesha is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and more generally as Lord of Beginnings and Lord of Obstacles (Vighnesha, Vighneshvara), patron of arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom. He is honored at the start of rituals and ceremonies and invoked as Patron of Letters during writing sessions. Several texts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography.

Ganesha emerged as a distinct deity in clearly recognizable form in the 4th and 5th centuries CE, during the Gupta Period, although he inherited traits from Vedic and pre-Vedic precursors. His popularity rose quickly, and he was formally included among the five primary deities of Smartism (a Hindu denomination) in the 9th century. A sect of devotees called the Ganapataya, who identified Ganesha as the supreme deity, arose during this period. The principal scriptures dedicated to Ganesha are the Ganesha Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa.
 
6.5” Dancing Ganesh Statue
US$ 142.80
Speciality: This 6.5” Dancing Ganesh Statue is beautifully carved Partially Gold Gilded and has beautifully carved which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 6.5” Partially Gold Gilded Dancing Ganesh Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by our experienced artisan of Patan, Nepal who has been in this business from generations.

Ganesh: The God of Wisdom
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Ganesh: The Elephant-Headed God – Ganesh, also spelled Ganesa or Ganesh and also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Pillaiyar, is one of the best – known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India. Hindu sects worship him regardless of other affiliations. Devotion to Ganesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains, Buddhists, and beyond India.

Although he is known by many other attributes, Ganesh's elephant head makes him easy to identify. Ganesh is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and more generally as Lord of Beginnings and Lord of Obstacles (Vighnesha, Vighneshvara), patron of arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom. He is honored at the start of rituals and ceremonies and invoked as Patron of Letters during writing sessions. Several texts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography.

Ganesh emerged as a distinct deity in clearly recognizable form in the 4th and 5th centuries CE, during the Gupta Period, although he inherited traits from Vedic and pre-Vedic precursors. His popularity rose quickly, and he was formally included among the five primary deities of Smartism (a Hindu denomination) in the 9th century. A sect of devotees called the Ganapataya, who identified Ganesh as the supreme deity, arose during this period. The principal scriptures dedicated to Ganesh are the Ganesh Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa.
 
6” Akshobhya Buddha Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Partially Gold Gilded 6” Akshobhya Buddha Statue Made of Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 6” Partially Gold Gilded Akshobhya Buddha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Akshobhya Buddha – The Second of the Five Dhyani Buddhas
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Akshobhya is the second of the Transcendental Buddhas. Akshobhya originates from the blue seed syllable HUM and represents the primordial cosmic element of consciousness; immutable and imperturbable. The path to enlightenment through the Vajra family is one of breaking free of constraints and obstacles, transmuting negativity, and is generally more dynamic and proactive. Akshobhya is believed to transform the human failing of anger into a clear mirror-like wisdom. With this wisdom, we see things just as they are, impartially and unaffectedly. Indeed, whether it is a red rose or a bloody dagger, a mirror will reflect both just as they are. It will not be judgmental and distinguish between the two reds, attempting to hold to the first and flee from the second. No reflection in a mirror sticks to it, and none repels it. The mirror always stands imperturbable and immutable, just as we should, whether the circumstances are favorable or unfavorable to us.

Akshobhya is blue in blue in color and his blue color is closely linked to the mirror symbolism. Blue is the color of water, and water has the capacity to act as a clear mirror. Akshobhya makes the Bhumisparsha Mudra (Earth Touching Gesture). This gesture recalls the incident just before Buddha’s enlightenment when he was challenged by Mara, the personification of evil. Mara was convinced that the spiritual throne where Buddha was sitting belonged rightly to him. Accordingly he challenged Buddha to prove his claim to the seat. Buddha moved his hand to touch the ground with his fingertips, and thus bid the goddess Earth to bear witness to his right to be sitting where he was. She did so with a hundred thousand roars, and validated Buddha’s assertion. Akshobhya’s emblem is the Vajra. The Vajra is the quintessential symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism, which derives its name from the Vajra itself. The Sanskrit term Vajra means 'the hard or mighty one', and its Tibetan equivalent Dorje means an indestructible hardness and brilliance like the diamond, which cannot be cut or broken. The Vajra essentially signifies the immovable, immutable, indivisible, and indestructible state of enlightenment. Thus is Akshobhya touching the earth with the fingertips of his right hand, the earth too being a symbol of the immutable, the solid, and the concrete. Akshobhya’s mount is the elephant. An elephant places its foot upon the earth with unshakeable certainty. It has the same unalterable quality as the Buddha’s fingers touching the ground, and the same determination that carried Buddha through his tribulations.

Akshobhya is often depicted with his consort Lochana who expresses the mirror-like primordial wisdom. Akshobhya is considered the ruler over the eastern direction. It is the direction where dawn takes place. Indeed, Buddha’s victory over Mara heralded the dawning of a new, spiritual reality.

In this 6” Akshobhya Buddha Sculpture, Akshobhya Buddha is shown in Bhumisparsha Mudra (Earth Touching Gesture). This gesture recalls the incident just before Buddha’s enlighment when he was challenged by Mara, the personification of evil. Mara was convinced that the spiritual throne where Buddha was sitting belonged rightly to him. Accordingly he challenged Buddha to prove his claim to the seat. Buddha moved his hand to touch the ground with his fingertips, and thus bid the goddess Earth to bear witness to his right to be sitting where he was.
 
6” Amitabha Buddha Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Partially Gold Gilded 6” Amitabha Buddha Statue Made of Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 6” Partially Gold Gilded Amitabha Buddha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Amitabha Buddha – THE BUDDHA OF INFINITE LIGHT
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Amitabha means "Infinite Light." Amitabha's Discriminating Wisdom conquers the poison of the passions – all cravings, covetousness, greed and lust. With this wisdom, the disciple discerns all beings separately yet knows every being as an individual expression of the One. In the mandala of the Dhyani Buddhas, Amitabha is positioned to the west. His color is rose (red), the color of the setting sun. Amitabha Buddha rules over the element of fire and personifies the Skandha of perception. Thus, the eye and the faculty of seeing are associated with Amitabha. The peacock, with "eyes" on its plumes, is his throne-bearer. The peacock symbolizes grace. Amitabha's symbol is the padma, or lotus, placed between him and Vairochana in this Mandala. In Buddhism, the lotus can symbolize many things, including spiritual enfoldment, purity, the true nature of beings realized through enlightenment, and compassion, the purified form of passion. Amitabha denotes "Boundless Light" or Incomprehensible.

Devotees aspire to be reborn in Amitabha's Western Paradise, known as Sukhavati, where conditions are ideal for attaining enlightenment. His mudra is the dhyana (meditation) mudra. His bija is Hrih and his mantra is Om Amitabha Hrih. Some consider Amitabha to be synonymous with Amitayus, the Buddha of Infinite Life. Others honor Amitayus as a form of Amitabha or as a separate Buddha.

This 6” Amitabha Buddha Sculpture is in Samadhi Mudra with his two palms folded face up on top of the other lying on his lap. When represented on the Stupa, Amitabha Buddha always faces the west. Amitabha Buddha is worshipped thinking that one can have salvation. Sometimes holding a Patra on the same posture.
 
6” Amoghsiddhi Buddha Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Partially Gold Gilded 6” Amoghsiddhi Buddha Statue Made of Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 6” Partially Gold Gilded Amoghsiddhi Buddha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Amoghsiddhi Buddha – The Fifth Dhyani Buddha
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Amoghshiddhi Buddha is the fifth Dhyani Buddha in order. His left hand lies open on the lap and the right exhibits the Abhaya mudra. Amoghsiddhi represents cosmic element of Samskara (Conformation). Amoghsiddhi is of green color and his recognition symbol is the Viswa Vajra or the double thunderbolt or Double Dorje. His attributes are power and energy that is both subtle and often hidden. Amoghsiddhi is the supreme Siddhi – the magic power of enlightenment. Amoghsiddhi always faces the North. He is the embodiment of the rainy season. Sometimes a serpent with seven heads forms the background as an umbrella. In front of his shrines, therefore, is found a small square pit which is meant for the snake. His vehicle is Garuda.

Amoghsiddhi is realization of all-accomplishing wisdom. The Tibetan word for Buddha Amoghsiddhi is Sangay Donyodtrubpa. The word Danyod means “meaningful” and the word Trubpa means “accomplishment.” So Buddha Amoghsiddhi means “whatever is meaningful and fruitful is accomplished.” Amoghsiddhi is also the complete purification of jealousy, which is a hindrance for both material and spiritual success. His activity is perfect accomplishment and fulfillment of meaningful aims. Furthermore, his activity removes ordinary daily hindrances such as illnesses and obstacles. This is why Amoghsiddhi's activity is meaningful accomplishment. Buddha Amoghsiddhi holds a Double – Vajra in the form of a cross in his left hand, which symbolizes that his activity pervades and touches all directions. He is green in color and he sits in the full lotus posture. The left hand of all five Dhyana Buddhas rests in the meditative posture of the changeless realization of Dharmata. Amoghsiddhi's right hand is in the Mudra of fearless protection. He protects all living beings from any mishaps, obstacles, and negative influences. So his posture is known as “the Mudra of fearless protection.” He is white which represents “without fault” and he rests in the center to the mandala and is on a lion's throne. Amoghsiddhi is green and resides in the north holding a sword representing the cutting of existence. Amoghsiddhi is often depicted in union with his wisdom consort Damtsig Drolma the Green Tara, who embodies the pure element of air.

In this 6” Amoghsiddhi Buddha Sculpture, Amoghsiddhi Buddha is shown in Abhaya Mudra. His left hand lies open on the lap and the right exhibits the Abhaya mudra. Amoghsiddhi represents cosmic element of Samskara (Conformation). Amoghsiddhi is of green color and his recognition symbol is the Viswa Vajra or the double thunderbolt or Double Dorje.
 
6” Ratnasambhava Buddha Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Partially Gold Gilded 6” Ratnasambhava Buddha Statue Made of Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 6” Partially Gold Gilded Ratnasambhava Buddha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Ratnasambhava Buddha – The Third of the Five Dhyani Buddhas
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Ratnasambhava is the third of the five Transcendental Buddhas. Ratnasambhava is yellow and his wisdom is associated with experience and known as representing the "primordial wisdom of equality. Ratnasambhava is associated with the human realm on the wheel of life. Ratnasambhava is known for his equanimity reminding us that all human beings are precious. Ratnasambhava faces the south in with his consort Mamaki.

Ratnasambhava means ‘Born from the Jewel,’ ‘Ratna’ signifying jewel in Sanskrit. Ratnasambhava is believed to transform the negative human trait of pride into the wisdom of sameness. This wisdom brings out the common features of human experience and makes us see the common humanity underlying all men and women. In this state of enlightenment, there is nobody superior or inferior to the other, leaving no scope for pride to develop. Ratnasambhava displays the Varada Mudra. This Mudra symbolizes charity and boon granting. Indeed his distinct emblem is a jewel (Ratna), associating him with riches and Ratnasambhava is sometimes described as the Buddha of giving. But he makes no distinction and gives freely to all (the wisdom of sameness). All beings are equally precious to him. Whatever our social position, race, sex, or life form, we are all made from a common clay. The grace of Ratnasambhava shines equally on the palace and dung heap. Meditating on his wisdom we develop solidarity with all humanity, nay with all forms of life. Ratnasambhava’s color is yellow. This is the color of the earth. The earth too is extremely generous in sharing with us her riches. Also she gives without any expectation or favor in return. She gives and also receives all equally. The earth is thus the great leveler. Similarly, Ratnasambhava’s radiance dissolves all boundaries of self and the other. We can then just share with others – without any associated sense of giving, because giving requires a ‘self’ to give and ‘others’ to receive, a duality which Ratnasambhava helps us transcend. The animal associated with Ratnasambhava is the horse, who ferries over the suffering beings with full vigor. It also suggests a journey, a spiritual voyage such as that on which the Buddha – to – be set forth when he left his life at home, riding on his faithful charger.

Ratnasambhava guards over the direction south. The sun is in the south at noon-time. Its rays are then a light-golden-yellow, the hue of Ratnasambhava himself.

In this 6” Ratnasambhava Buddha Sculpture, Ratnasambhava Buddha is shown in Varada Mudra. This Mudra symbolizes charity and boon granting. Indeed his distinct emblem is a jewel (Ratna), associating him with riches and Ratnasambhava is sometimes described as the Buddha of giving. But he makes no distinction and gives freely to all (the wisdom of sameness). Ratnasambhava’s color is yellow. This is the color of the earth. The earth too is extremely generous in sharing with us her riches.
 
6” Vairochana Buddha Statue
US$ 119.00
Speciality: Partially Gold Gilded 6” Vairochana Buddha Statue Made of Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisans of Patan, Nepal.
This 6” Partially Gold Gilded Vairochana Buddha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Vairocana Buddha – The Origin of the Dhyani Buddhas
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The name Vairochana means "He Who is Like the Sun" or "the Radiating One." Vairochana represents either the integration of or the origin of the Dhyani Buddhas. His wisdom is the Wisdom of the Dharmadhatu. The Dharmadhatu is the Realm of Truth, in which all things exist as they really are. Vairocana's wisdom is also referred to as the All-Pervading Wisdom of the Dharmakaya. The Dharmakaya is the Body of the Law, or the absolute Buddha nature. Vairochana's transcendent wisdom reveals the realm of highest reality and overcomes the poison of ignorance, or delusion. His wisdom is considered to be the origin of or the total of all the wisdoms of the Dhyani Buddhas. Vairochana is usually located in the center of mandalas of the Dhyani Buddhas. His color is white, symbolizing a pure consciousness. Vairochana rules over the element of ether and embodies the Skandha of consciousness. In some systems, Vairochana is associated with the Skandha of form. His symbol is the Dharmachakra, the wheel of the Teaching, or the wheel of the Law. It denotes the teaching of the Buddha. Its eight spokes represent the Noble Eightfold Path, which Gautama revealed in his first sermon after his enlightenment. This symbol is printed around the border of the lithograph. Vairocana's lotus throne is supported by the lion, symbol of courage, boldness and an eager, advancing spirit. Vairochana's Mudra is the Dharmachakra Mudra, the gesture of turning the wheel of the Teaching. Because he embodies the wisdom of all Buddhas, Vairochana's Bija is the universal sound Om.

In this 6” Vairochana Buddha Sculpture, Vairochana Buddha is shown in Dharmachakra Mudra (Dharma Wheel Teaching Gesture) which denotes the teaching of the Buddha. Its eight spokes represent the Noble Eightfold Path, which Gautama revealed in his first sermon after his enlightenment.
 
8.5” Chenrezig Statue
US$ 138.60
Speciality: 8.5” Chenrezig Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded crafted by the master artisan of Patan, Nepal.
Beautifully Carved 8.5” Chenrezig Sculpture made from Copper Alloy with 24 Karat Partially Gold Gilded which is made by the artisan from Patan, Nepal who has been in this business for generation.

Chenrezig – The Buddha of Compassion
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Chenrezig is an enlightened being who is a manifestation of all Buddhas' compassion. Chenrezig is known the 'Buddha of Compassion'. Chenrezig usually appears as white in color with four arms. His first two hands are pressed together at his heart, symbolizing his respect for his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha, who is on his crown. Even though Chenrezig is an enlightened being he still shows respect to his Spiritual Guide. His first two hands hold a jewel, which symbolizes his own enlightenment. This mudra is indicating 'I attained jewel-like great enlightenment through receiving blessings from my Spiritual Guide Amitabha'.

His second left hand holds a white lotus flower. A lotus grows in the mud at the bottom of a lake, but its flowers bloom on the surface of the water, completely free from the stains of mud. By holding a lotus flower Chenrezig is showing that because he attained enlightenment he is free from all obstacles, and has a completely pure body, speech and mind. His second right hand holds a crystal mala, symbolizing that he can free all living beings from samsara and lead them to liberation. If we rely sincerely upon Chenrezig and recite his mantra with strong faith, temporarily we shall improve our realizations of the stages of the path, especially our realization of great compassion, and ultimately we shall attain supreme Buddhahood in Avalokiteshvara's Pure Land, the Pure Land of Bliss.

In this form, Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig is shown in his popular posture. Chenrezig usually appears as white in color with four arms. His first two hands are pressed together at his heart, symbolizing his respect for his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha, who is on his crown. Even though Chenrezig is an enlightened being he still shows respect to his Spiritual Guide. His first two hands hold a jewel, which symbolizes his own enlightenment.
 
8” Amitabha Buddha Statue
US$ 138.60
Speciality: This 8” Amitabha Buddha Statue is made of Copper Alloy with 24 Karat partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by the master artisan of Patan, Nepal.
This 8” Partially Gold Gilded Amitabha Buddha Sculpture is made from Copper Alloy with Partially Gold Gilded which is crafted by our experienced artisan who has been in this business from generations.

Amitabha Buddha – THE BUDDHA OF INFINITE LIGHT
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Amitabha means "Infinite Light." Amitabha's Discriminating Wisdom conquers the poison of the passions – all cravings, covetousness, greed and lust. With this wisdom, the disciple discerns all beings separately yet knows every being as an individual expression of the One. In the mandala of the Dhyani Buddhas, Amitabha is positioned to the west. His color is rose (red), the color of the setting sun. Amitabha Buddha rules over the element of fire and personifies the Skandha of perception. Thus, the eye and the faculty of seeing are associated with Amitabha. The peacock, with "eyes" on its plumes, is his throne-bearer. The peacock symbolizes grace. Amitabha's symbol is the padma, or lotus, placed between him and Vairochana in this Mandala. In Buddhism, the lotus can symbolize many things, including spiritual enfoldment, purity, the true nature of beings realized through enlightenment, and compassion, the purified form of passion. Amitabha denotes "Boundless Light" or Incomprehensible.

Devotees aspire to be reborn in Amitabha's Western Paradise, known as Sukhavati, where conditions are ideal for attaining enlightenment. His mudra is the dhyana (meditation) mudra. His bija is Hrih and his mantra is Om Amitabha Hrih. Some consider Amitabha to be synonymous with Amitayus, the Buddha of Infinite Life. Others honor Amitayus as a form of Amitabha or as a separate Buddha.

This 8” Amitabha Buddha Sculpture is in Samadhi Mudra with his two palms folded face up on top of the other lying on his lap. When represented on the Stupa, Amitabha Buddha always faces the west. Amitabha Buddha is worshipped thinking that one can have salvation. Sometimes holding a Patra on the same posture.
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